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Demons of DunDegore

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One man, one sword against an island of the undead. The Demons of DunDegore is a full-on zombie invasion within a classic epic fantasy setting.

Demons have stolen the Sword of Kassandra, using its powerful magics to raise an army of the undead. Few survive the initial assault. Tadgh Dooley, a 17 year old werecat, travels to the island of DunDegore with his companions to res
Published November 18th 2014 by M Joseph Murphy
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Nov 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Demons of DunDegore is the second book in the Sword of Kassandra series by M. Joseph Murphy.

This is everything I have come to hope for from Murphy’s books – it is well paced and well conceived, with a plot that twists just enough to keep the reader itching to know more. Inhabiting this interesting and carefully crafted world are a wide variety of characters. Each one come across as a fully rounded and individual character, with a level of realism that is refreshing to see in new fantasy work, as
Nov 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
So, it took me a second to remember I'd read the first book. Once I realized who the sage was, I was right on task and able to concentrate on the story. Tadgh is interesting, not only for his abilities but his personality as well. Plus side, his sexuality doesn't take away from the story. It adds to it. He is on a foreign world though, and while they don't seem hostile about it, it's not exactly normal. He has a bit of a struggle due to one of his less favorable abilities, so he constantly wonde ...more
Nov 03, 2014 rated it really liked it
Fantasy lovers rejoice: M. J. Murphy has done it again! This is an excellent read that manages to flawlessly draw the reader into another dimension of reality with an incredible plot that does not dull from start to finish.

Tadgh Dooley is a guy with good intentions who after being victim of a horrible hate crime lets his anger take over for rational thought. In his anger over the death of a friend, he accepts an offer that turns out to be too good to be without a catch. His decision creates a r
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Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
“The Demons of DunDegore” by M Joseph Murphy is a great continuation of his delightful Sword of Kassandra series. Murphy’s strength lies in originality and once again, he has outdone himself in creating unique characters, scenarios and genre blending fantasy fare.

His choice of Grandwyn, a feisty 8 year old, and Tadgh, a 17 year old werecat, as protagonists is an amazing starting point, let alone what the boy can do and how the theft of the Sword of Kassandra leads to an unexpected terror assault
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Joseph Murphy was born and raised in Ontario, Canada. He earned his geekdom at an early age. He read X-Men comics from at the age of 8 and it only went downhill from there.

As a teenager he wrote short stories and wanted to be the next Stephen King. Instead of horror, however, he kept writing fantasy stories. After surviving high school as a goth with a purple mohawk, he studied English and Creativ

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